Cyto Matrix Omega D3 Liquid Forte 230 ml:
Essential Fatty Acids
Omega-D3 Liquid Forte™ is a highly concentrated EPA:DHA (2:1) with an additional 1 OOOIU of Vitamin D3 in just one teaspoon. There is evidence to support the use in cardiovascular health, rheumatoid arthritis, cognitive and/or brain function. Vitamin D3 has long been known for reducing the risk of bone fracture and tooth abnormalities but more recent research has focused on areas such as cardiovascular disease, autoimmune diseases, Type II diabetes and cancer. This light tasting oil is delicately flavoured with a natural citrus and is a pleasing to the pallet without the fishy aftertaste.
|Each teaspoon (5 mls) contains:|
|Fish oil concentrate||4377|
|Omega-3 Fatty acids||2845|
|EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid)||1750|
|DHA (Docosahexanenoic acid)||875|
|Other Omega-3 fatty acids||220|
|Vitamin D3||1000 IU|
Dosage: Take one teaspoon (Smls) daily
For rheumatoid arthritis: Take 5.5mls daily
The evidence supporting the use of recommended amounts of EPA and DHA in fish oil supplementation has been well documented in multiple epidemiologic studies and randomized controlled trials.
Evidence based dosage for all indications
- 2:1 ratio EPA:DHA
- grade A level scientific
evidence to support claims
• High safety profile
• Molecularly distilled
ultra-pure fish oil
• Easy to administer for
maximum patient adherence
- No fishy aftertaste
- Light citrus flavour
Another area where Omega-3 fatty acids influence major depression is on the cytokine modulation.These cytokines, including interleukin-1 beta , -2 and -6 interferon-gamma, and tumor necrosis factor alpha, can have direct and indirect effects on the CNS12. Research has shown that elevations of IL-1B, and TNFa are associated with the severity of depression13.
The most recent research has focused on the effects of Vitamin D3 on immune cells. In particular, Interleukin-17 secreting T cells (Th17) have been
widely implicated in the development of autoimmune diseases16. T cell differentiation is important to both immunity and autoimmunity. The inflammatory cytokines are important factors to decide whether regulatory T cells or Th17 cells are produced. In vitro experiments conducted by Jeffery et al. demonstrated that Vitamin D3 exerted direct effects on T cells and inhibited IL-17 production17. These results were also observed in-vivo by Tang et al18. Although preliminary, these data do show promise in this area for future clinical trials.
Although Vitamin D has long been known for its role in reducing the risk of bone fracture and tooth formation, more recent research has focused onareas such as autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and cancer14.
A meta-analysis of 18 randomized controlled trials involving over 57 thousand patients taking between300 and 2000IU Vitamin D daily,concluded that supplementation decreased total mortality15.
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